Questions and answers of sample7 for math employment test.

1. If A exceeds B 40% and B is less than C by 20%. Then A : C = ?

a) 3:1

b) 3:2

c) 26:25

d) 28:25

e) 26:28

2. If 10% of m is the same as 20% of n, then m:n is equal to

a) 1 : 2

b) 2 : 1

c) 5 : 1

d) 10 : 1

e) None

3. If A : B = 2 : 3 and B : C = 4 : 5, then C : A is equal to –

a) 15 : 8

b) 12 : 10

c) 8 :5

d) 8 : 15

e) None

4. Two vessels contains equal quantity of mixture of milk and water in the ratio 5:2 and 6:1 respectively. Both the mixtures are now mixed thoroughly. Find the ratio of milk to water in the new mixture –

a) 10:7

b) 11:3

c) 10:3

d) 11:7

e) None

5. 729 ml of mixture contains milk and water in the ratio 7:2. How much more water is to be added to get a new mixture containing milk and water in the ratio 7:3?

a) 600 ml

b) 710 ml

c) 520 ml

d) 550 ml

e) 81 ml

6. How much water must be added to a bucket which contains 40 litres of milk at the cost price of $3.50 per litre so that the cost of milk reduced to$ 2 per litre?

a) 25 litres

b) 28 litres

c) 30 litres

d) 35 litres

e) None of these

7. Ron, David and Jack together started a business in partnership. The ratio of their capitals is 3:4:7. If their annual profit be $21000, what will be Jack share in this profit? a)$ 12500

b) $10500 c)$ 15000

d) $10000 e)$ 12000

8. A, B and C start a business, each investing $20000. After a month A withdrew$ 5000, B $4000and C invested$ 6000 more. At the end of the year, a total profit of $69900 was recorded. What is the share of B? a)$ 20500

b) $21200 c)$ 27300

d) $28200 e) None Answer: (b) 9. A, B and C entered into a partnership. A invested$ 2560 and B invested $2000. At the end of the year, they gained$ 1105, out of which A got $320.C’s capital was – a)$ 2840

b) $4028 c)$ 4280

d) $4820 e)$ 2420

10. 10 men can finish the construction of a wall in 8 days. How many men are added to finish the work in half a day?

a) 160

b) 100

c) 120

d) 150

e) 140

After solving the sample 7 please go to Sample 8

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2. (b)

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4. (b)

5. (e)

6. (c)

7. (b)

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9. (c)

10. (d)

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